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Mountaz Hascoët <[log in to unmask]>
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Nuance'2014: Toward a visual framework to support educational needs and 

In conjunction with the AVI'2014 international conference

Como, Italy, May 27, 2014

Position paper submission deadline: March 16, 2014

***** Context and objectives of the workshop
The advent of OERs, MOOCs and SPOCSs has fostered reflection and 
evolving approache to computing education at large.
At the same time information visualization has emerged as a mature field
to provide a large amount of new material giving birth to potentially 
new tools.
Based on these advances, reflections and user experience, the aims of 
this workshop are:
- Identifying and bringing together inter-community academics and 
professionals seeking to report on innovative experiences in information 
visualization education with its
inter-relationships with other related disciplines
such as HCI, Computer Graphics, Web Science and Computer Science.
- Consolidating and furthering sparse international cooperation amongst 
researchers from various cultures to discuss and articulate 
significantly different
or common perspectives in this area or related areas.
-Discussing both successes and pitfalls encountered in collaborative
curriculum co-creation and other related resource co-creation and 
-Based on previous experience, sketching and discussing an ideal
visual framework that could handle material sharing.

***** Participation
Both practionners from industry and faculty members are welcome to 
Participants are asked to submit a position paper related to the aims of 
this workshop.
Position papers are limited to four pages papers. All papers should be 
formatted according
to the ACM Templates
Possible contributions include (but are not limited to):
- reporting experience by success of failure stories addressing the 
issues mentionned above
- reporting practice with advanced sharing systems
- model proposals for sharing, coordinating and co-creating educational 
- analysis of main sharing failure/success causes and consequences on 
- curriculum design: models, tools, practice
- curriculum coordination: models, tools, practice

***** Publication
Position papers should be submitted by March 16, 2014 at
Selected papers will be presented during the workshop and published on 
the web site of the workshop.
Amongst the selected papers, two papers may be published in the 
proceedings of AVI'2014.
All papers should be formatted according to the
ACM Templates
A summary of the workshop may also be subject to co-authoring in a 
further event or journal.

***** Important dates
March 16, 2014: position paper submission
March 31, 2014: acceptance notification for all workshop papers
April 2, 2014: paper notification to authors
April 10, 2014: camera-ready due

***** Organizers
- Mountaz HascoŽt, LIRMM, CNRS, University of Montpellier 2, France.
- Minoru Nakayama, Human System Science and CRADLE, Tokyo Institute of 
Technology, Japan.
- Su White, deputy director in the University's Centre for innovation in 
technologies and education, University of Southampton, UK.

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